Grade 7 Band & Chorus music theory notes for test.
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The louds and softs of music
Gradually getting louder
Gradually getting softer
The speed of the beat in music
The steady recurring pulse in music
The spaces between bar lines
Indicates the end of a piece
Double bar line
Silences in music
The horizontal line that groups together eighth notes and sixteenth notes.
The five lines and four spaces that music is written
The treble clef and bass clef connected by a brace and bracket
Notes placed on lines and spaces representing high and low sounds
Lines added above and below the staff for high and low notes
The distance between two notes
A separate special ending
A curved line that connects notes of the same pitch
A curved line that connects notes of different pitches
A group of three notes performed in the space of two
The term for performing a detached, short note
A dot increases the value of a note by half the value of the note it follows
(A#-Bb, C#-Db, D#-Eb, F#-Gb, G#-Ab) Notes that have different names but sound the same.
Hold the notes longer than its normal value
Two dots before a double bar line
Sharps and flats placed immediately to the right of the clef sign.
A succession of pitches going higher or lower like a ladder
The smallest distance between two notes
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